Expert points out germiest places

October 29, 2010

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It may be safer to make a salad on your toilet seat than your kitchen cutting board. That’s because there is 200 times more fecal bacteria found on your cutting board than on an actual toilet seat, says Chuck Gerba, professor of agriculture and health at the University of Arizona. Gerba explains that this frightening […]

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Study on bullying yields surprising results

October 27, 2010

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Half of high school students say they’ve bullied someone in the past year, and nearly half say they’ve been the victim of bullying, according to a national study released Tuesday.

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Jerry Brown said Tuesday that he would stop running negative TV ads if opponent Meg Whitman does the same

October 27, 2010

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During a remarkable event at which Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger appeared on the same stage with his two potential successors, Democrat Jerry Brown said Tuesday that he would stop running negative TV ads if opponent Meg Whitman does the same.

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There’s a new chief in Guadalupe, Mexico

October 21, 2010

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A town near drug cartel capital Juarez, Mexico, had just one applicant for police chief after a spate of killings of public officials in drug-related violence. So now the new chief in Guadalupe, a town of 10,000 residents near the Texas border, is 20-year-old college criminology major Marisol Valles García.

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Medical Board of California begins hearing to consider revoking or suspending Beverly Hills physician’s license

October 19, 2010

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Nadya Suleman’s fertility doctor implanted a dozen embryos in the pregnancy that gave her octuplets, a state attorney said Monday, a number that another doctor said was unheard of and surpasses Suleman’s assertion that only six embryos were implanted.

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A new study sought answers in a way no other study has, by asking bullies why they do it

October 17, 2010

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Kids can be cruel, for many reasons and most often on a fleeting basis. But bullies are tenacious in their brutal acts, and scientists have not had much luck figuring out why. A new study sought answers in a way no other study has, by asking bullies why they do it.

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Children are learning to use profanity — swearing — at an earlier age

October 17, 2010

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Children are learning to use profanity — swearing — at an earlier age, according to research presented at the Sociolinguistics Symposium this month.

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